1857 – 1932. From Cork, Dominic Justin was a wine and spirit merchant and was pre-deceased by his wife, Mary England in 1924. He resided at Lota Park, Glanmire. Dominic. Was a director of the Munster & Leinster Bank. During World War 1 he was a member of the Government Food Control Board. Involved in the Cork Charitable Coal Fund which his father had been instrumental in running. Said to have set up a shelter for unmarried mothers. His wife was on a Committee to provide a temporary home in Cork for 51 Belgian Refugees who were victims of WW1. It was said of him that he sent 6 priests a year to Europe to “brighten their outlook” when perhaps to provide them with a holiday was more likely the intention. Buried in St Finbar’s Cemetery.